>>According to the article: the former First Lady getting 46% of the vote, Giuliani with 30% and the third-party option picking up 14%. In head-to-head match-ups with Clinton, Giuliani is much more competitive.
Since 30 + 14 is only 44, it doesn’t appear that Rudy can win even if there’s no third party.<<
46-44 is a statistical tie, with 10% still outstanding. He very much could win.
Not according to the most current polls I've been seeing. Rudy doesn't have a chance against Hillary.
If he really cared about conservatism, he'd drop out. But of course, he doesn't care, since he is actually a liberal.